Burn Notice Eviction Not Up for Public Debate, Miami City Commissioners Say
"Don't get up at the mic because I'm not going to entertain a discussion. You simply needed to see me," Sarnoff told Miller, stating the matter was one to be resolved between the commissioners and the producers. Sarnoff also said that the city was willing to work out a solution, but offered no further details.
Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones briefly alluded to talks about transitioning the show into the Wynwood area, in venues like the Entertainment Complex the city has in the works, concluding the issue.
However, most in attendance felt unsettled by the lack of conflict resolution.
"Where they want us to move in Broward, Terry [Miller]'s already looked at it and it won't work. There's talk that we might be moved to Hollywood, California, or possibly Louisiana that has great filming centers and is film friendly," a Burn Notice crew member said after the meeting adjourned.
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